succession-handsRCS succession and continuity planning facilitates families to create their desired futures

  • Are you tired of the conflict in your family?
  • Do you see a better or different way of doing things but can’t get it past others in the family?
  • Is the thought of facing the family issues causing a great deal of stress and pressure?
  • Do you want clarity for your future?

If you have answered yes to any of the questions above, then perhaps it is time to look into some succession and continuity planning. The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.

Succession, in my opinion is not a right but the opportunity the next generation has to grow and continue a legacy from previous generations for future generations.John Moor, Senior RCS Succession Consultant

Is now the right time for us?

The sooner you start the succession and continuity planning process the more likely you are to have a positive outcome.

Catalysts to succession planning include:

  1. After all the children are born.
  2. A child returning home to the property to work.
  3. When a child brings home a spouse.
  4. Somebody (may even be outside of the family) has expressed a desire to continue the business into the future.
  5. When the internal conflict is threatening the business survival.

In cases of current family conflict or pending business failure it might be useful to explore conflict resolution or more detailed business planning prior to beginning the succession process.

Your RCS advisor will assist to address these issues before your succession process begins.

Our Guarantee

With RCS your personal succession journey will begin to unfold in a supportive, professional and productive environment. RCS will use its 30 years of experience in working with agricultural families to assist you to achieve the best outcome for all involved.

Our facilitators have life experience and have been trained in business analysis and strategy and in facilitation and conflict resolution techniques.